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Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing Current Evidence and Practice: How c...

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Richard Crossman Building, Coventry University

Jordan Well

Coventry

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Promoting good mental health and wellbeing is receiving more attention globally, nationally and locally. There is a need for sustained action at all levels.

Join us in addressing this issue at our National Conference where a range of speakers will talk about some of the most current and effective mental health promotion interventions. The Conference will be focused on parents, carers and children, young people, the workplace, and influencing mental health through community action and the broader determinants of health.

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Those with a role in public health and in mental health promotion; mental health commissioners and practitioners including teachers, school nurses and health visitors. This includes those working on the wider determinants of health that can influence mental health and wellbeing in local authorities, CCGs and statutory, voluntary and charitable agencies.


Programme: Morning Session

Welcome from Sylvia Cheater MBE, President IHPE

Welcome from Coventry University

Keynote Speaker: Claire Robson, (Programme Manager, Children, Young People & Families), Life Course Team, Public Health England - “Promoting children and young people’s mental wellbeing – an evidence informed approach”

Speaker: From the Mental Health Foundation - “Promoting Parental and Child Mental Health”

Speaker: Gary Wootten: Hitchmarketing - “ Promoting Mental Health for Young People”. Including ‘Just Talk’ boys mental health campaign, Hertfordshire

Lunch and Poster Exhibition

Programme: Afternoon Session:

An introduction to the Institute and the Ottowa Charter principles

Speaker: From Mental First Aid England - “ Mental Health First Aid”

Keynote Speaker: Sean Russell, West Midlands Police Mental Health Lead, Director of Implementation for West Midlands Mental Health Commission - “Promoting Workplace Mental Health and Reducing Mental Health Inequalities”

Speakers Panel and Conclusions

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Richard Crossman Building, Coventry University

Jordan Well

Coventry

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